Puppies less than 16 weeks old cannot be placed in apartment complexes as they cannot go out in communal areas until about 10 days after their last vaccine at 16 weeks.
No young kids under age 8 due to small size
Active adult who is home part of the day to help KitKat with potty training
No apartments because she is not fully vaccinated yet due to her age
Hi there! My name is KitKat. I’m a cute 9-week-old (as of 4/11), 3-pound female Chi mix with the cutest little face!! My foster mom says I am a great little girl – I love to play with toys and run around outside. I am full of spunk and have so much energy when I am awake. If you are thinking about adopting me you should know – you can not buy me enough toys! I like them all and love to climb into my toy basket to find just the right one – even if it is a toy that is bigger than I am – I am not deterred.
I am working on my potty training – my foster mom says I am a good girl and am learning quickly. I do need to go out every few hours so I don’t have an accident inside. My foster mom says I am a natural at potty training – when I go outside it is the first thing I do – I am not distracted by anything. Which according to my foster mom is not usually the case with puppies my age. I eat dry food 2x a day and sleep in an exercise pen at night with a pee pad in case I need to go to the bathroom. My foster mom is starting to introduce me to a crate at night. My foster family has other dogs and a cat – I play well with everyone! The cat is my favorite – my foster mom says not all cats may love me as much as I love them.
I’ve been spayed, microchipped and I’m current on age appropriate vaccines as well as up-to-date on heartworm and flea prevention. If you are looking for a playful and energetic little girl to share your life with, go to sbret.com and fill out an adoption application and be sure to ask for Kitkat. My adoption fee is $175.